The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum The UK's first permanent museum, memorial and education site dedicated to the Holocaust. The Centre was founded in 1995 by brothers Stephen and James Smith.

In 1981, they and their parents went on a family holiday to Israel that would change their lives. There they began to understand a dimension of Christianity that many Christians missed – that Christianity began in that country, but today is far removed from its Jewish origins. Ten years later, when they were in their early 20s, they spent a day at Yad Vashem, Jerusalem where they realised that the

In 1981, they and their parents went on a family holiday to Israel that would change their lives. There they began to understand a dimension of Christianity that many Christians missed – that Christianity began in that country, but today is far removed from its Jewish origins. Ten years later, when they were in their early 20s, they spent a day at Yad Vashem, Jerusalem where they realised that the

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Our Memorial Garden is a little oasis, providing space to reflect and remember. Each individual rose is dedicated to a v...
20/09/2021

Our Memorial Garden is a little oasis, providing space to reflect and remember. Each individual rose is dedicated to a victim, and stands as a powerful, living commemoration of the Holocaust.

#holocaustmemorial #holocausteducation #weremember #shoah #visitnotts

The Jewish New Year is a time to reflect & renew. And our memorial gardens are a place to do just that. Each of the 1,00...
06/09/2021

The Jewish New Year is a time to reflect & renew. And our memorial gardens are a place to do just that. Each of the 1,000 beautiful white roses is planted in memory of someone who was murdered in the Holocaust.

So, this #RoshHashanah, we renew our pledge to remember those who perished and the stories of those who survived - especially our own beloved family of Holocaust survivors.

By continuing to educate about the past, we can make Hope re-bloom for the future.

And help Courage blossom to tackle the victimisation of Jews and all other minorities, not least those in China, Afghanistan and other totalitarian regimes.

If you are able to, please consider making a donation to support our vital museum learning programmes: https://bit.ly/38NrFOB

#shanatova #renew #remember #whiteroses #holocausthistory

The Jewish New Year is a time to reflect & renew. And our memorial gardens are a place to do just that. Each of the 1,000 beautiful white roses is planted in memory of someone who was murdered in the Holocaust.

So, this #RoshHashanah, we renew our pledge to remember those who perished and the stories of those who survived - especially our own beloved family of Holocaust survivors.

By continuing to educate about the past, we can make Hope re-bloom for the future.

And help Courage blossom to tackle the victimisation of Jews and all other minorities, not least those in China, Afghanistan and other totalitarian regimes.

If you are able to, please consider making a donation to support our vital museum learning programmes: https://bit.ly/38NrFOB

#shanatova #renew #remember #whiteroses #holocausthistory

If you appreciate what we do and want to be more involved, have you considered becoming a Member? Your contribution will...
01/09/2021

If you appreciate what we do and want to be more involved, have you considered becoming a Member? Your contribution will help us continue to provide Holocaust education to the next generation and preserve the voices of the Holocaust. https://bit.ly/3kqKLzA

If you appreciate what we do and want to be more involved, have you considered becoming a Member? Your contribution will help us continue to provide Holocaust education to the next generation and preserve the voices of the Holocaust. https://bit.ly/3kqKLzA

It’s the last two weeks of the summer holidays and we are offering school children in #Nottinghamshire free entry when w...
24/08/2021

It’s the last two weeks of the summer holidays and we are offering school children in #Nottinghamshire free entry when with a paying adult. A great opportunity to experience ‘The Journey’; our immersive exhibition about Leo, a young German Jewish boy growing up in 1930s Berlin under N**i rule. https://bit.ly/3mpEXsF

#ThingstoDo #Nottinghamshire #SummerHolidays #FamilyFriendly

It’s the last two weeks of the summer holidays and we are offering school children in #Nottinghamshire free entry when with a paying adult. A great opportunity to experience ‘The Journey’; our immersive exhibition about Leo, a young German Jewish boy growing up in 1930s Berlin under N**i rule. https://bit.ly/3mpEXsF

#ThingstoDo #Nottinghamshire #SummerHolidays #FamilyFriendly

Marc Cave, Chief Executive of the National Holocaust Centre & Museum, discusses how we might best redefine Holocaust mem...
12/08/2021
Redefining Holocaust memorials for the post-survivor era

Marc Cave, Chief Executive of the National Holocaust Centre & Museum, discusses how we might best redefine Holocaust memorials for the post-survivor era.

"It’s the software inside the hardware that will count most: the educational content."

Read the full piece here: https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/redefining-holocaust-memorials-for-the-post-survivor-era/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1628679787 > The Jewish News

From the blog of Marc Cave at Jewish News

09/08/2021
Join us at 8pm on 26th August for Part 6 of our new livestream series Matters of Artefact,

Around this time last year, we launched a series of live events titled 'Matters of Artefacts'.

Here, Steven Frank shares his story with us through the lens of a pot that his mother left him; a pot that she used to feed her sons during their time inside Theresienstadt.

Rewatch the event below; the rest of the series is available on-demand via our homepage.

#MattersofArtefacts

#OnThisDay in 1944, the liquidation of the ‘Gypsy Family Camp’ at Auschwitz started. 2,897 men, women and children of Ro...
02/08/2021

#OnThisDay in 1944, the liquidation of the ‘Gypsy Family Camp’ at Auschwitz started. 2,897 men, women and children of Roma or Sinti origin were murdered in the gas chambers by N**i officers. Their bodies were burned in pits.

https://www.holocaust.org.uk/blog/nazi-regime

#RomaHolocaustMemorialDay

"The England team stand for everybody, and that togetherness needs to continue." - words from Gareth Southgate this morn...
12/07/2021

"The England team stand for everybody, and that togetherness needs to continue." - words from Gareth Southgate this morning.

We stand with the England football team and condemn the racist abuse directed at players after the game.

We stand against all forms of discrimination.

"The England team stand for everybody, and that togetherness needs to continue." - words from Gareth Southgate this morning.

We stand with the England football team and condemn the racist abuse directed at players after the game.

We stand against all forms of discrimination.

We're looking for a Digital Intern. Could this be you?This 12-month paid Internship is part of the new Imperial War Muse...
02/07/2021

We're looking for a Digital Intern. Could this be you?

This 12-month paid Internship is part of the new Imperial War Museums-led Second World War and Holocaust Partnership Programme.

Visit https://www.holocaust.org.uk/recruitment for the full job description and to apply.

Closing date: Wednesday 14th July.

We're looking for a Digital Intern. Could this be you?

This 12-month paid Internship is part of the new Imperial War Museums-led Second World War and Holocaust Partnership Programme.

Visit https://www.holocaust.org.uk/recruitment for the full job description and to apply.

Closing date: Wednesday 14th July.

Calling all KS2 teachers! 🌟 We're looking for ten schools to take part in our free online learning programme.Have you be...
01/07/2021

Calling all KS2 teachers! 🌟 We're looking for ten schools to take part in our free online learning programme.

Have you been teaching your classes about WW2 during this summer term?

The online programme will look at the themes of identity, kindness and tolerance.

It will be educator-led, using our new digital resource ‘The Journey App’. This will give your class an opportunity to explore virtual environments in Berlin between 1933 and 1938 when the first Kindertransport trains left Germany.

Please contact us at [email protected] to register your interest. Limited places available.

Calling all KS2 teachers! 🌟 We're looking for ten schools to take part in our free online learning programme.

Have you been teaching your classes about WW2 during this summer term?

The online programme will look at the themes of identity, kindness and tolerance.

It will be educator-led, using our new digital resource ‘The Journey App’. This will give your class an opportunity to explore virtual environments in Berlin between 1933 and 1938 when the first Kindertransport trains left Germany.

Please contact us at [email protected] to register your interest. Limited places available.

Our beautiful white roses are finally starting to bloom 🌷 We've been looking forward to this moment all year, albeit a l...
29/06/2021

Our beautiful white roses are finally starting to bloom 🌷 We've been looking forward to this moment all year, albeit a little later than expected!

Today, there are nearly one thousand scented white roses growing on the grounds of the Museum, many of them dedicated by Holocaust survivors and their families.

Visit our memorial gardens > https://www.holocaust.org.uk/rose-garden

Our beautiful white roses are finally starting to bloom 🌷 We've been looking forward to this moment all year, albeit a little later than expected!

Today, there are nearly one thousand scented white roses growing on the grounds of the Museum, many of them dedicated by Holocaust survivors and their families.

Visit our memorial gardens > https://www.holocaust.org.uk/rose-garden

22/06/2021
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

Calling KS2 teachers in West Yorkshire! Book your free session now.

We are pleased to announce that our fully funded in-person outreach programme is back.

This programme helps students understand the increase in persecution towards the Jewish community in N**i Germany before the Second World War.

With the aid of our new digital learning resource ‘The Journey App’, students are able to explore virtual environments in Berlin between 1933 and 1938, when Leo (the protagonist) eventually leaves on the Kindertransport.

Your class will follow Leo’s story through themes of identity, kindness and friendship.

For more info or to book your free session contact [email protected]. Limited spots!

The UK's first permanent museum, memorial and education site dedicated to the Holocaust.

What would you bring if you had to quickly pack & flee your home? Reboot's wonderful 'What Would You Bring?' exhibition ...
21/06/2021
Hedi Argent — What Would You Bring?

What would you bring if you had to quickly pack & flee your home?

Reboot's wonderful 'What Would You Bring?' exhibition tells the life stories of #refugees through the objects they brought with them.

For Hedi Argent – friend and collaborator of the National Holocaust Museum – it was her doll, Susi. We're delighted that Hedi's experiences have been shared as part of the project.

Hear Hedi tell her story: https://whatwouldyoubring.com/stories/hedi-argent

#WhatWouldYouBring

Hedi Argent   Vienna-born Hedi Argent was bullied at school for being Jewish. As a child, her best friend was her doll Susi. Anti-Jewish laws forced Hedi’s family to flee Austria for England in early 1938, just six weeks before the borders closed. Told by her parents that she could only take one ...

We are delighted to have worked with over 350 students last week, both IRL at the museum and online!We are now taking bo...
21/06/2021

We are delighted to have worked with over 350 students last week, both IRL at the museum and online!

We are now taking bookings for September. Please contact [email protected] for more information and to secure your booking.

Limited spaces available.

We are delighted to have worked with over 350 students last week, both IRL at the museum and online!

We are now taking bookings for September. Please contact [email protected] for more information and to secure your booking.

Limited spaces available.

After a short hiatus, we're back! We've been busy at the Museum welcoming guests back to our exhibitions and gardens. If...
17/06/2021
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

After a short hiatus, we're back! We've been busy at the Museum welcoming guests back to our exhibitions and gardens.

If you'd like to come and see us, you can find opening times and booking details here: https://www.holocaust.org.uk/open-from-may-17th

And if you haven't had a chance to plan a visit yet — or if you're not located nearby — you can catch up on all of our previous events on-demand: https://www.holocaust.org.uk/ (just click the 'what's on' tab)

Keep your eyes peeled for the next online events series. We'll be announcing it soon! 👀

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We are overjoyed to be welcoming people back through our doors again.Don't forget you can come and visit us this week th...
01/06/2021

We are overjoyed to be welcoming people back through our doors again.

Don't forget you can come and visit us this week throughout the half-term holiday.

Opening times: Sunday – Friday from 10am to 4:30pm (last admission 3:30pm)

You must book your tickets in advance.
https://www.holocaust.org.uk/FAQs/book-your-visit

All info can be found on our website or by calling us on 01623 836627

We are overjoyed to be welcoming people back through our doors again.

Don't forget you can come and visit us this week throughout the half-term holiday.

Opening times: Sunday – Friday from 10am to 4:30pm (last admission 3:30pm)

You must book your tickets in advance.
https://www.holocaust.org.uk/FAQs/book-your-visit

All info can be found on our website or by calling us on 01623 836627

Since March 2020, we've hosted over 35 online events with over 30 different guests. We've had laughs, tears and over 40+...
26/05/2021

Since March 2020, we've hosted over 35 online events with over 30 different guests. We've had laughs, tears and over 40+ hours of education.

Now that we've reopened we can't wait to welcome you! But don't worry, we'll still be hosting online events. What do you want to see next?

Since March 2020, we've hosted over 35 online events with over 30 different guests. We've had laughs, tears and over 40+ hours of education.

Now that we've reopened we can't wait to welcome you! But don't worry, we'll still be hosting online events. What do you want to see next?

Tonight, we'll be asking the difficult questions.How much did Britain know about the N**is' programme to exterminate Eur...
20/05/2021

Tonight, we'll be asking the difficult questions.

How much did Britain know about the N**is' programme to exterminate European Jewry? Do we need to approach difficult aspects of our national memory with more honesty?

Join us tonight at 6pm, live! > http://holocaust.org.uk/myths

Tonight, we'll be asking the difficult questions.

How much did Britain know about the N**is' programme to exterminate European Jewry? Do we need to approach difficult aspects of our national memory with more honesty?

Join us tonight at 6pm, live! > http://holocaust.org.uk/myths

#OTD 1943, Independent MP Eleanor Rathbone called for Britain to rescue European Jewry from N**i extermination as only i...
19/05/2021

#OTD 1943, Independent MP Eleanor Rathbone called for Britain to rescue European Jewry from N**i extermination as only it could: "We have a special responsibility for Jewish refugees because of our responsibility for Palestine”

Join us tomorrow evening for 'Britain's Myths about the Holocaust'. Thursday 20th May, 6pm.

Tickets: https://www.holocaust.org.uk/myths

#OTD 1943, Independent MP Eleanor Rathbone called for Britain to rescue European Jewry from N**i extermination as only it could: "We have a special responsibility for Jewish refugees because of our responsibility for Palestine”

Join us tomorrow evening for 'Britain's Myths about the Holocaust'. Thursday 20th May, 6pm.

Tickets: https://www.holocaust.org.uk/myths

On Thursday May 20 at 6pm, in the final part of our series exploring Britain's role in the Holocaust, we're asking some ...
13/05/2021

On Thursday May 20 at 6pm, in the final part of our series exploring Britain's role in the Holocaust, we're asking some difficult questions.

Thankfully, we have some illustrious guests to help us answer them: the Rt Hon Lord Pickles, curator and educator Paul Salmons, and Dr Rachel Century, Head of Research at Holocaust Memorial Day Trust

Join us for a thought provoking discussion hosted by National Holocaust Centre and Museum CEO, Marc Cave.

Tickets & info here: http://holocaust.org.uk/myths

On Thursday May 20 at 6pm, in the final part of our series exploring Britain's role in the Holocaust, we're asking some difficult questions.

Thankfully, we have some illustrious guests to help us answer them: the Rt Hon Lord Pickles, curator and educator Paul Salmons, and Dr Rachel Century, Head of Research at Holocaust Memorial Day Trust

Join us for a thought provoking discussion hosted by National Holocaust Centre and Museum CEO, Marc Cave.

Tickets & info here: http://holocaust.org.uk/myths

Yesterday marked the 78th anniversary of the su***de of Szmul Zygielbojm. Part of the Polish government in exile in Lond...
12/05/2021

Yesterday marked the 78th anniversary of the su***de of Szmul Zygielbojm. Part of the Polish government in exile in London, he killed himself in protest at the UK & US ignoring ‘the greatest crime in history.'

He had told them about the death camps in 1942.

Join us on the 20th May at 6pm for part 3 of 'Britain: Holocaust Bystander or Upstander'. We'll be exploring Britain's Myths of the Holocaust, with special guest Paul Salmons.

For tickets and more info: holocaust.org.uk/myths

Yesterday marked the 78th anniversary of the su***de of Szmul Zygielbojm. Part of the Polish government in exile in London, he killed himself in protest at the UK & US ignoring ‘the greatest crime in history.'

He had told them about the death camps in 1942.

Join us on the 20th May at 6pm for part 3 of 'Britain: Holocaust Bystander or Upstander'. We'll be exploring Britain's Myths of the Holocaust, with special guest Paul Salmons.

For tickets and more info: holocaust.org.uk/myths

We’re open from Monday 17th May!Visit us in complete safety. We’re following all the latest Covid guidance. We have soci...
11/05/2021

We’re open from Monday 17th May!

Visit us in complete safety. We’re following all the latest Covid guidance. We have social distancing, hand sanitiser, lovely open garden spaces, new outdoor seating and even freshly painted walls.

The only thing we’re missing is YOU!

Opening times: Sunday – Friday from 10am to 4:30pm (last admission 3:30pm)

You must book your tickets in advance. https://www.holocaust.org.uk/book-your-visit

All info can be found on our website or by calling us on 01623 836627

We hope to see you soon!

We’re open from Monday 17th May!

Visit us in complete safety. We’re following all the latest Covid guidance. We have social distancing, hand sanitiser, lovely open garden spaces, new outdoor seating and even freshly painted walls.

The only thing we’re missing is YOU!

Opening times: Sunday – Friday from 10am to 4:30pm (last admission 3:30pm)

You must book your tickets in advance. https://www.holocaust.org.uk/book-your-visit

All info can be found on our website or by calling us on 01623 836627

We hope to see you soon!

REOPENING UPDATEWe're excited to be able to finally announce that – all being well –we will be reopening our doors on Mo...
05/05/2021

REOPENING UPDATE

We're excited to be able to finally announce that – all being well –we will be reopening our doors on Monday 17th May.

This also means that we will be able to start welcoming schools back to the Museum.

We're aware the world is a different place since the last time we saw you, but we're here to reassure you that the students’ safety and learning experience and our top two priorities.

We can now offer our unique museum exhibition and survivor engagement sessions in three different formats. More info here: holocaust.org.uk/the-journey

Address

Acre Edge Road, Laxton
Newark
NG22 0PA

General information

Admission Charges: Adults £9.00 Concession £7.50 Family ticket £28.00 (2 adults and up to 3 children) Groups – Price on request Keep your ticket and you can return all year round free of charge. This includes attending survivor talks. If you already have a ticket and would like to reserve a place for a survivor talk, simply message us on here. Opening Times: 10.30 am – 4 pm Monday to Friday (speaker during school term time only) Closed Bank Holidays

Opening Hours

Tuesday 10am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 10am - 4:30pm
Thursday 10am - 4:30pm
Friday 10am - 4:30pm
Sunday 10am - 4:30pm

Telephone

+441623836627

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Steven Frank BEM, survivor of three N**i camps, talks about his D-Day memories LIVE this Friday 6th June 2pm: http://holocaust.org.uk/my-d-day-story

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#uplifting. "A Texas man befriends an elderly Holocaust survivor. She says she’s been touched by an angel"
Eighty years ago, on June 22, 1941, the German military invaded the Soviet Union. They combined the barbarism of the Middle Ages with the most modern technology of the 20th century.
Wednesday, May 19th, I will be leading and moderating a program (hosted and sponsored by the Museum of Jewish Heritage) that is focused on sharing different legacies of intergenerational trauma. I have had the honor of inviting several esteemed colleagues for a discussion of the impact of intergenerational trauma in our different groups. The speakers who will join me include: Dr. Jessica Gourneau, a clinical psychologist and member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, and Clinical Director at American Indian Family Center in St. Paul, Minnesota; Sam Simmons, an alcohol and drug counselor with more than 30 years of experience in culturally-sensitive, trauma-informed work with African American men and their families, founder of the Community Empower Through Black Men Healing Conference, and co-host of Voices on 89.9 KMOJ FM radio; and Dr. Nina Fischer, a scholar of Jewish Studies at Goethe University Frankfurt and granddaughter of non-Jewish Germans who has authored Memory Work: The Second Generation (Palgrave 2015) and other publications exploring the legacy of the Holocaust, the intricate use of histories of trauma in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the role of empathy for the suffering of the other. To register, please go to my blog at : http://www.iritfelsen.com/this-week-event-on-historical-trauma-and-cultural-healing-in-2021/On
Remember the Jews but don't forget the others. From Michael from Yorkshire and proud of it .
On 30/06 from 7-8pm, Generation2Generation presents: An evening with Vivienne Cato talking about her Holocaust survivor mother Eva Cato. Vivienne takes us through the key points of Eva's story. Book tickets at http://ow.ly/XHCA50EIN6d Eva Cato, neé Rotenstein, was born in Czechoslovakia 13 years before the outbreak of World War Two. An only child growing up in a small town in Slovakia with her mother and grandparents, she witnessed the encroachment of anti-Semitic hostilities and regulations on the life of her small Jewish community. Escaping to Hungary in 1942, she and her mother spent the last three years of the war hiding under false identities, in constant fear of discovery. The presentation by Eva’s daughter, Vivienne, takes us through the key points of this story, using footage of Eva recorded in 1992 by the British Library with Yale University as part of their Holocaust testimony project. Vivienne Cato is a teacher, facilitator, and writer. She has published in the fields of literacy, Judaism, and the environment. Originally a primary school teacher, and a past Synagogue Director of Education, she has worked with many mainstream schools and teacher-groups supporting the delivery of Judaism education. https://www.facebook.com/BarnetLibraries/videos/1244610489307209/
76 years ago today the notorious Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria was one of the last to be liberated. Within its forbidding granite walls and close to death lay three young mothers and their 3lb babies, as told in my book Born Survivors. Here is an extract from that day: ‘The first Priska knew about the arrival of Americans in Mauthausen was the sound of something she hadn’t heard in years – laughter, “a most beautiful thing.“ Somewhere in the distance she thought she could also hear music being played. Rising unsteadily from her hollow of soiled straw, she peered out of her window, squinting in the noonday sun, and spotted three unfamiliar military vehicles with white stars carrying young looking soldiers, none of whom were wearing German uniforms. So that was what Americans looked like. After dreaming so long about their Allied liberators, the sight of such beings in the flesh seemed like an illusion. Everything about them was different, from their uniforms to the helmets, even to the way they walked, talked and smelled. While many of the prisoners were ecstatic, crying: “Peace! Welcome!” or “We are free!“ in a Babel of languages, others just slumped where they lay, apathetic and indifferent. Others sat overcome, tears streaming down their faces, praying that the smiling men in uniform weren’t a cruel hallucination. Some of the younger women, who’d dreamed of meeting GI’s all their lives, suddenly became self-conscious. Repelled by their own smell, they pinched their cheeks or tried in vain to smooth hair crawling with creatures and stiff with dirt.’ #BornSurvivors
Today the AJR - The Association of Jewish Refugees are holding a very special event together with 3GNY - Descendants of Holocaust Survivors to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the iconic Eichmann Trial. We are honoured to have brought together a panel of distinguished experts to discuss the abduction of Eichmann, the chief architect of the Holocaust, in Buenos Aires in May 1960 by the Mossad, his transfer to Israel as well as the prosecution and impact of the trial that began in Jerusalem on 11 April 1961. Click here to join us at 12pm EST 5pm UK, 7pm Israel:
We know how important it is to educate healthcare professionals who are caring for our elderly Holocaust survivor parents about the horrors that our parents endured, and the resilience and strengths they have manifested during the Holocaust and in the post-war lives they built. The need for extra sensitivity and understanding in the relationships with physicians and other medical staff is critical when survivors face the last phase of life, when they are again vulnerable. For all of you who work with survivors, or need to give some educational materials to help those working with your parents understand what they have been through, I would like to let you know about a NEW, FREE ONLINE TOOL KIT that was launched this week, that has a fantastic digital library and an online course (with CE's for healthcare professionals). It was my honor to be closely involved with my colleagues from MJHS in the development of this tool kit and to contribute material (webinars, papers and videotaped presentations) to this tool kit. I hope it promotes understanding and empathy to the long-term effects of trauma on aging survivors. For more information and for registration please go to my blog at :
HELEN EPSTEIN April 15, 2021 - 7:00 pm ET In 1979, Helen Epstein, a leading voice among descendants of survivors published Children of the Holocaust, one of the first books to examine the intergenerational transmission of trauma from Holocaust survivors to their children. Join us for a conversation about Epstein’s life and legacy and the questions she faces today. Join Descendants Of Holocaust Survivors (2G Greater New York) for other programs, conversations, books, articles. Program co-presented by Descendants Of Holocaust Survivors (2G Greater New York)and the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust https://mjhnyc.org/.../children-of-survivors-facing.../...